As the UK awakes to a Brexit victory, what are the possible implications for the construction industry?
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As the UK digests the Brexit vote, take a look at the buildings of the EU that we will be leaving.
New BRE publication considers who the fuel poor are and the reasons for changing levels of fuel poverty.
Informative ICE guide to shale gas.
SOM's newly completed tower in Beijing with unique trapezoidal façade.
This giant stone-carved pineapple has been labelled a folly and the most 'bizarre building in Scotland'.
BREEAM's Retail In-use prize awarded to the mixed-use Kanyon Centre in Istanbul.
ICE launch programme in response to 'unprecedented challenges' facing construction over the next 25 years in terms of infrastructure needs and delivery.
Tom Hughes, Director at architectural practice 2hD, wins our ideas competition - proposing the prefabrication of complex junctions rather than simple components.
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BSRIA response to the EU referendum.
As markets reopen on the morning of Brexit, house builders lead the biggest fallers.
Contractors call for calm as Brexit victory effects markets.
Winners and finalists for the CTBUH 2016 Tall Building Awards announced.
RIBA announce 2016 Regional Architecture Awards.
Unions UCATT, Unite and GMB secure improved 2-year pay deal for construction workers.
Tate Modern release time-lapse video of the Switch House extension construction.
Drone video footage soars through a neo-Byzantine church.
BSRIA's northern division enters into reciprocal membership with Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce.
Fresh bid-rigging warning for public sector clients.
RSHP architects come out in favour of Remain.
CIOB supports BuildForce, an initiative to strengthen recruitment pathways from the armed forces into the construction sector.
UN-Habitat reveal details of 'Science of Cities' tool to measure impact of cities on people.
Work starts on the new International Spy Museum in Washington D.C.
Planning permission awarded for 660 new houses at Victoria Way, Ashford.
Museum launch new Engineering the World exhibition, a retrospective of Ove Arup.
Architect firm proposes 'cut-price' alternative to the Garden Bridge.
Innovate UK project - Better buildings start at home.
Aecom piloting the use of virtual reality headsets on Serpentine project.
350,000 renters put at risk of eviction in the last year, new research finds.
Atkins launch new project finance advice service Atkins Acuity.
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